Several RPG books fanned out across a table.

RPG-a-Day is an annual event in which bloggers spend a month talking about different aspects of role-playing games. Rather than spread this out over several blog posts, I’ve rolled up my entries into one mega-post. Day 1: What published RPG do you wish you were playing right now? Dungeon World (or one of the other … Read more

Game Day: Shoot’em, Nuke’em

Cowboys on horseback.

Nuke(m)Con is coming back with guns blazing. After a one-year hiatus, my gaming group’s homegrown convention returns September 19-21 with a slate of western-themed role-playing games. We’ll be playing Serenity, Dogs in the Vineyard, Aces & Eights and Deadlands: Reloaded. We’re also running two high level Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 adventures on Friday and Saturday. During … Read more

GenCon 2007: The Big Pile of Loot

GenCon is over. And now I’ve got a huge pile of loot sitting in my gaming room, just waiting to be read. Amazingly, there’s not a single Dungeons & Dragons book to be found among the stack, not even the Expedition to Castle Greyhawk, which I was sorely tempted to buy, but resisted at the … Read more

Why We’re Obsessed with Firefly

By now, most geeks know that Serenity — the movie based on Joss Whedon’s failed scifi series Firefly is being released on Friday. The rest know … but wish everyone else would shut up about it. We’re obsessed with Firefly, worshiping at the altar of Whedon like crazed cultists clad in brown and cursing in … Read more

Browncoats Unite!

The Web site for Joss Whedon’s upcoming Serenity movie, based on his “failed” series Firefly is online. Although Firefly was cancelled by Fox after only a handful of episodes, it managed to garner a small band of fans in the short time it was on the air. When it was released on DVD, those fans … Read more